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A new broadband centre for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) has been set up in Northern Ireland.

Officially opened on Wednesday (June 10th) by Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster, the centre is located in Omagh.

It is designed to provide Northern Irish SMEs with free advice about broadband and to show them how best to utilise high-speed connections.

The centre is accompanied by a mobile unit and is part of Log on-NI, a programme run by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment and co-financed under the European Regional Development Fund Sustainable Competitiveness Programme 2007-2013.

As revealed by Ms Foster, the programme is now up and running and the centre in Omagh has ten broadband advisors.

She commented: "This is a key front-line service for SMEs and is one of a number of actions being taken under the Programme for Government to capitalise on Northern Ireland's world-class telecommunications infrastructure."

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